SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: June 1, 2012

Jun 1, 2012
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SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: June 1, 2012

Happy Friday, everyone. It's time to close out the work week and start a brand new month at the same time. So what made news today? That's why you're here, right? Here you go - Twitter usage doubles year-to-year. Also, here's some good news if you own a Motorola tablet - Motorola Xoom gets Android 4.0 ICS upgrade. And if you're a privacy junkie, you'll like this - Do Not Track announced automatic in IE10.

Featured: So what were today's featured stories? Well, a couple days after Tim Cook graced the stage at the D10 conference, waves are still crashing down. Here's our latest analysis piece - Dear Tim Cook: Rethink your console plans. And for something a bit less heavy but potentially more entertaining - Minecraft Lego set review.

Google Maps, LucasArts, & R2D2: So what else made news on this fine friday? Well, one piece of news is that there will be news from Google next week - Google holding Maps event on June 6th. And when it comes to Fridays, we're always looking for fun stuff, so what's more fun than Star Wars? Star Wars 1313 is LucasArts next big visual powerhouse. And finally, to end on a quirky note -


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